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  • Now, I've watched this series enough to be really familiar with it, but there's still two things I don't get about Evil Buu/Super Buu/Kid Buu

    1.) When Evil Buu eats Majin Buu, it's like he absorbed him and he transforms into Super Buu. Then, Super Buu absorbs Gotenks, Piccolo, and Gohan and transforms. When Goku and Vegeta remove Goten, Trunks, Piccolo, and Gohan from inside Buu's head, he turns back into the original Super Buu. But when Majin Buu is removed from him, he turns into Kid Buu. Why didn't he turn back into Evil Buu?

    I understand Kid Buu is Majin Buu without the influence of Dai Kaio inside him, but Evil Buu is Majin Buu's evil half without Majin Buu, so why did he turn back into the original Majin Buu's original form instead of his own original form?

    2.) Majin Buu and Evil Buu, who eventually becomes Kid Buu as mentioned above, are two halves of the same demon. So, Goku destroys Kid Buu with a Spirit Bomb, and Majin Buu lives on. But when Nappa killed Piccolo, Kami died as well, as they are two halves of the same Namek. Likewise, when Kami was almost killed by former guardians, Piccolo was beginning to fade away. Why didn't the same thing happen with Majin Buu when Kid Buu was killed?

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    • As far as we know, the link between two life forms only applies to Namekians and the Supreme Kai and God of Destruction, as for why he transformed into Kid Buu and not back into Evil Buu is because when Evil Buu and Good Buu, have the same memories, demonstrated when Super Buu remembers Hercule, but when they removed Fat Buu from Evil Buu, it removed all the memories so he forgot all about the kindness Hercule showed him and became the ruthless killing machine known as Kid Buu. I'm pretty sure that's why but I might be wrong

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    • And wait. I once read Ward Perry was the Ocean voice of Kid Buu, and Dodoria, but the current information is that he's neither of them, Kid Buu is Brian Dobson (just like Evil Buu and Super Buu) and Dodoria is Paul Dobson (just like Zarbon)?

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    • Best guess is when he ate Fat Buu. He put all the Kai essence inside him in his head and not in his body making Evil Buu's body pure majin while Fat Buu kept the kai's influence. Why else didn't you see the Grand Supreme Kai in Supr Buu's head when Goku and Vegeta were in there?

      Also when Good Buu expelled Evil Buu from his system. It was just all the evilness in Good Buu's body that became the evil form. And not only that but when kid buu was killed, he got reincarnated into Uub on earth by King Yemma. So the life connection could still be there between Good Buu and Uub.

      Good Buu kept the Kais in his body While Evil Buu did not in his. But Evil Buu is using a template of Good Buu as his body with some altercations and took the bulk of his power, but not all of it.

      So when he ate Good Buu. Good Buu's body acts as a shield to prevent the Kai's influence from reaching all over Super Buu's body. It's like this: Inside Super Buu's head is Good Buu, in a pod. and inside Good Buu's head in the pod is another pod containing Grand Surpreme Kai.

      So when Vegeta ripped out Fat Buu. Super Buu's body was pure majin type with an altercation to his size because of the Good Buu pod and he didn't revert to Evil Buu because everything that made Evil Buu apart from his evilness was pushed into Good Buu and kept Super Buu pure. And that revert his mind to the pure type majin which is Kid Buu as well as regressing his body.

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    • KillRoy231 wrote:
      Now, I've watched this series enough to be really familiar with it, but there's still two things I don't get about Evil Buu/Super Buu/Kid Buu

      1.) When Evil Buu eats Majin Buu, it's like he absorbed him and he transforms into Super Buu. Then, Super Buu absorbs Gotenks, Piccolo, and Gohan and transforms. When Goku and Vegeta remove Goten, Trunks, Piccolo, and Gohan from inside Buu's head, he turns back into the original Super Buu. But when Majin Buu is removed from him, he turns into Kid Buu. Why didn't he turn back into Evil Buu?

      I understand Kid Buu is Majin Buu without the influence of Dai Kaio inside him, but Evil Buu is Majin Buu's evil half without Majin Buu, so why did he turn back into the original Majin Buu's original form instead of his own original form?

      2.) Majin Buu and Evil Buu, who eventually becomes Kid Buu as mentioned above, are two halves of the same demon. So, Goku destroys Kid Buu with a Spirit Bomb, and Majin Buu lives on. But when Nappa killed Piccolo, Kami died as well, as they are two halves of the same Namek. Likewise, when Kami was almost killed by former guardians, Piccolo was beginning to fade away. Why didn't the same thing happen with Majin Buu when Kid Buu was killed?

      1.Becuase Goku and Vegeta would be in hfil if Super Buu turned into Evil Buu and not to the weaker Kid Buu

      2.Dai KaioSHIN, Dai Kaio is what you yankies know as Grand Kai

      3.Interesting, never thought of that, one of Toriyama mistakes i geuss (like when Cell "regenerated" even thought his head was destroyed)

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    • BH Ouji wrote:
      KillRoy231 wrote:
      Now, I've watched this series enough to be really familiar with it, but there's still two things I don't get about Evil Buu/Super Buu/Kid Buu

      1.) When Evil Buu eats Majin Buu, it's like he absorbed him and he transforms into Super Buu. Then, Super Buu absorbs Gotenks, Piccolo, and Gohan and transforms. When Goku and Vegeta remove Goten, Trunks, Piccolo, and Gohan from inside Buu's head, he turns back into the original Super Buu. But when Majin Buu is removed from him, he turns into Kid Buu. Why didn't he turn back into Evil Buu?

      I understand Kid Buu is Majin Buu without the influence of Dai Kaio inside him, but Evil Buu is Majin Buu's evil half without Majin Buu, so why did he turn back into the original Majin Buu's original form instead of his own original form?

      2.) Majin Buu and Evil Buu, who eventually becomes Kid Buu as mentioned above, are two halves of the same demon. So, Goku destroys Kid Buu with a Spirit Bomb, and Majin Buu lives on. But when Nappa killed Piccolo, Kami died as well, as they are two halves of the same Namek. Likewise, when Kami was almost killed by former guardians, Piccolo was beginning to fade away. Why didn't the same thing happen with Majin Buu when Kid Buu was killed?

      1.Becuase Goku and Vegeta would be in hfil if Super Buu turned into Evil Buu and not to the weaker Kid Buu

      2.Dai KaioSHIN, Dai Kaio is what you yankies know as Grand Kai

      3.Interesting, never thought of that, one of Toriyama mistakes i geuss (like when Cell "regenerated" even thought his head was destroyed)

      1. Evil Buu is technically weaker than Kid Buu. Because he and Mr. Buu are two halves of a whole being. It's just that he got most of the power from the fissure. I'm pretty sure that even SSJ3 Goku could've taken him out.

      2. Really? Yankies? 

      3. That's because their fissure was completely different from Piccolo/Kami's.

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    • 1) Honestly Kid Buu's appearance is just to make for an interesting 'final boss' for Goku. Buu Saga was supposed to end several times along the way, it's editorial requests combined with fan pressure to make the ending Goku-centric that dragged it on for so long.



      Think about it as Evil Buu lacking access to his full power, but being free of the Kaioshins' influence on him, while Kid Buu is the original form of Buu, with full power and no Kaioshin interference in how it works. 



      2) My guess is if they killed Evil or Good Buu during their fight, they would both die, but Kid Buu and Fat Good Buu are completely new entities. 

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    • My guess is that, since they were able to create an entire race of majin, that they're not bound to the same rules as the sole other race that can fissure into two people. And that basing all fissures off of one example is bad science when it comes to evidence based arguments.

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    • My guess is the following.

      We got Fat Buu who splits in two: Good Buu (with Dai Kaioshin's influence) and Evil Buu (with 70% of the power).

      When Evil Buu eats Good Buu, he becomes Super Buu.

      Super Buu is Evil Buu, with the big power boost that Good Buu grants him (however, the Dai Kaioshin's influence stops him from going on total rampages).

      Now we're at Goku and Vegeta ripping off Good Buu away from Super Buu. By ripping off Good Buu, they also rip off the one thing "sealing" the Buu he once was, Dai Kaioshin's influence.

      This makes Super Buu regress to Ultra Buu, and Kid Buu.

      But then wouldn't that make Evil Buu and Kid Buu about the same strength?

      Well, I personally don't think it's the case, but if it were, then I don't think it would be too far-fetched. The way Kid Buu kicks Good Buu's ass is similar to how Evil Buu did. And although Goku stated that he could prolly take Buu on if he was at SSJ3 100%, Fat Buu was going easy too. If they were to go up against each other full power back then, we'd probably still get a fight like the one against Kid Buu. And also I'm guessing Kid Buu's regeneration played a big part in the fight... even if Goku were stronger than Kid Buu, it doesn't matter, he'll just keep coming back until Goku is tired, which is what happened.

      As far as why they don't both die when Kid Buu is dead, Good Buu is a separate entity.

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